A.P.C. Keeps Things Sensible in Its 2017 Spring/Summer Lookbook

Postman jackets, construction workwear, and baggy denim.

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As the A.P.C. approaches its 30th anniversary, creative director Jean Touitou promises to stay true to the brand’s sensible design approach it has become known for. With that said, the forthcoming season’s lookbook showcases a number of garments appropriating workwear elements from postman jackets, construction uniforms, to baggy denim. Some standout stylings from the photos above include the layering of knit under Prince of Wales check, and the bleached denim paired with suede boat shoes. Appropriately shot over wire fence, and plastic backdrops check out the photos above for a closer look.

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